Ship Fever: Stories

by Andrea Barrett | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0393316009 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingCordelia-annewing of Someplace, Georgia USA on 2/11/2015
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Journal Entry 1 by wingCordelia-annewing from Someplace, Georgia USA on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
It's always so compelling to read of other readers and their interests. I never knew the bookcrosser miketroll or Mike Wiggett but I was touched by his passing from the community. Reviewing his bookshelf is rewarding. I recommend it. He had wonderful interests. I wanted to share an author I particularly admire, Andrea Barrett, in honor of him because Barrett offers much that interested miketroll. This book combines historical fiction about the Irish and modern science, two subjects that really come across from his bookshelf. As I am preparing a book box for one of his good bookcrossing friends, bookczuk, I thought I should include my current copy of this book. It's one of those I keep on the shelf to give away. My recently deceased mother, an enthusiastic science nerd for all of her life, liked these stories too. I've given this collection once before in bookcrossing:

I also recommend Barrett's book Servants of the Map. It's the first book of hers I read. I loved it and became a fan. It also was enthusiastically received in bookcrossing:

Journal Entry 2 by wingCordelia-annewing at Charleston, South Carolina USA on Friday, February 13, 2015

Released 5 yrs ago (2/13/2015 UTC) at Charleston, South Carolina USA


I'm sending this along to miketroll's good friend bookczuk. I hope that it will have a good journey.

Journal Entry 3 by wingbookczukwing at Charleston, South Carolina USA on Tuesday, February 17, 2015
How wonderful to receive this book in a parcel from cordelia-ann! Your journal entry is so thoughtful. I am going to share the link with miketroll's family and friends, so they can see how his legacy continues. And the bookplate is lovely (she said with a grin, as it's one my good friend spedbug and I designed to remember our dear friend Mike.)

Journal Entry 4 by wingbookczukwing at The Bristol (book exchange shelves) in Charleston, South Carolina USA on Thursday, February 19, 2015

Released 4 yrs ago (2/19/2015 UTC) at The Bristol (book exchange shelves) in Charleston, South Carolina USA


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Journal Entry 5 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at Mount Pleasant, South Carolina USA on Sunday, May 13, 2018
Im not a big short story fan, but I kind of liked this because the writing was interesting-- always a good thing in a book.

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